Scottsdale police have arrested a couple from California for stealing a car from Pasadena worth over $200,000.
Scottsdale police report that on April 27 they pulled over a black 2016 Bentley Continental GT Coupe near 75th Street and Indian School Road. Police say the car had no license plate on the back when police pulled over 25-year-old Katrina Justine Dixon.
Police say Dixon was driving on a suspended license and a vehicle check showed no registered owner. Dixon reportedly told police she borrowed the luxury car, but could not identify the owner.
Police say insurance papers showed the car belonged to a Bentley car dealership in Pasadena, California.
When police contacted them, they said the car was scheduled to go an off-site body shop, and they didn't realize the $237,000 car was stolen.
Police say surveillance video from the dealership shows a man, matching the description of Dixon’s passenger, as the person who took the car. That man, 38-year-old Collier Kaiuse Ross, has prior convictions for robbery and car theft. He was also identified as a suspect in a theft from a Dillard's Department Store at 70th Street and Camelback Road. He allegedly stole watches, valued at $360.
Both Ross and Dixon live in Los Angeles and have been charged with car theft, false reporting, and burglary.